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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 54, Number 3 (Nov. 1952)

With the classes,   pp. 28-31

Page 30

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 In addition to traditional favorites such as our
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    Green, Red or Yellow Wool Flannel Vests, $14
            Wool Taffeta Sport Shirts, $20
          Worsted Covert Odd Trousers, $26
    Our Exclusive Argyll Panelled Sport Hose, $5
            Fall clothing catalogue upon request.
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Memorial Medal, one of America's highest
engineering honors, for outstanding contri-
butions to aircraft turbine-propeller develop-
  Dr. Edwin C. WELCH has been named
director of the Columbia hospital depart-
ment of physical medicine and rehabilita-
tion in Milwaukee.
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  Deck E. CHANDER, MD, is serving his
residency in radiology at the Naval Hospital
in Philadelphia, where he resides with his
wife and two daughters.
  C. Brownell DANA     has moved from
Ripon college to the library staff of Col-
gate U.
  E. Gordon FOSTER has joined the process
engineering staff of Shell Development Co.
in Emeryville, Calif.
  Peter REGIS directs the security phase of
the state department's foreign service pro-
gram and is now based in Washington.
  William Dean SHERVEY has joined the
staff of the First National Bank of Rice
  Released from active duty with the U.S.
Air Force, Richard A. CHARLES has been
reassigned by the U.S. Weather Bureau to
Tacoma, Wash.
  D. Brownell DANA is head of the cat-
alog department at Colgate U. library in
Hamilton, N. Y.
  John Harold DUNN and Clarice CHASE,
'47, are living in  Madison  after their
marriage June 19.
  Clarence H. EDWARDS died in Evans-
ville, Ind., in 1948, according to word
recently received.
  L. Melvin GRUBIN, M.D., has opened
an office in Los Angeles.
  Dick GARNER is associated with -the
Wall Street law firm of Root, Ballantine,
Harlan, Bushby and Palmer.
  Kathryn S. RIDDLE is a graduate assist-
ant in Physical Education at Oregon U.
  Orville B. SHETNEY and Greta Anne
BENDIXEN, '49, were married June 14,
and have been living in Bloomington where
both are associated with the U. of Indiana.
  The Rev. Walter P. TROST recently re-
turned to Milwaukee on -a leave from his
mission post as principal of Mawuli Sukuga
high  school and  junior college at Ho,
British Togoland. Married, he has three
  Mrs. Rosemarie RUESS Sexmith and John
F. Zimmermann were married April 26 and
are living in Milwaukee.
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  Peg BOLGER is on the writing staff and
public relations department of Bert Johns-
ton Productions, Inc., movie producers at
  Dr. Melvin W. ECKE of the Marietta
college history department now heads the
college's adult education program.
  Dr. Milton A. KIESOW is chairman of
the Education department at Carthage col-
lege, Carthage, Ill.
  Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Martin (Racheal
WEIRICH), parents of a new son, Timothy
John, are now living in Casper, Wyoming.
  Milton J. PLUMB died in August at Wood
Veterans hospital.
  Elmer C. RIECK has been appointed dean
of men at Southern Methodist U.
  Dr. Ann BARDEEN, an anesthetist at
University hospitals, was recently featured
as a career woman in the Milwaukee Journal.
   David G. BRIGGS is press attache at the
 U. S. Embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
   Dr. William J. CRANE is assistant pro-
 fessor of education and director of student
 activities at Eastern Illinois State college in
   Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G. LUECK (Doro-
 thy SKARDA, '43) announce the arrival of

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